Tiny Story: Luca Hinesman

Tiny Story: Luca Hinesman

The car lights flash fiercely as I’m standing at the bus stop; I hear something behind me. 

A scream escapes my mouth as I collapse on the pavement. I’ve been stabbed in the back by a sharp knife. A mysterious figure sprints away.  

I hear the obnoxious sound of the bus’s late arrival. “THE HOSPITAL”, I scream at the driver. He jumps and rushes me there, speeding down narrow roads. 

Nurses come rushing to help me and push me toward an operating room. 

Panting and sweating, I awake in my bed. I turn around…no trace. Yet, it replays regularly in my mind. 

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Luca Hinesman, Journalist
Luca Hinesman is currently a Sophomore at Community High School and a believer in buying expensive coffees. When not in CET rehearsals or mock trial practices, you can find them reading books about revenge, catching up on homework, or hanging out with friends. Luca is currently in their first semester with The Communicator and is excited to contribute their ideas this year!

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